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Daily Summary for Nightshift 30 September 2017

1st October 2017

Incident Summary for Nightshift 30th September 2017

A165, Cayton - Time of call 17:55

Fire crews from Filey and Scarborough attended a two vehicle road traffic collision. One female was trapped and crews performed a side removal to assist her out. She was transported to Hospital with possible back injuries. Crews used hydraulic cutting equipment.

Marquis Court, York - Time of call 18:17

Acomb crews attended a fire involving waste cardboard in the bin area of some flats. The cause was believed to be deliberate.  Crews used one hose reel.

Fairways Drive, Harrogate -Time of call 18:51

Harrogate and Knaresborough crews responded to reports of a property on fire. On arrival this turned out to be controlled burning under supervision.

Back Lane, Low Hawsker -Time of call 19:00

Whitby and Robin Hoods Bay attended reports of a farm building on fire. However on arrival this incident was confirmed as controlled burning under supervision.

Frenchgate House, Richmond - Time of call 19:25

Richmond crew responded to a domestic smoke alarm which was a false alarm.

Ings Lane, Beal, Selby  -Time of call 22:52

Fire crews from Selby and Snaith assisted Paramedics with a male that had fallen into his boat on the lock. Crews assisted male up stairs and into Ambulance.

Cumberland Street, York - Time of call 22:52

Fire crews from York and Acomb assisted Ambulance crews with a male who had impaled his knee on some railings. Crews used cutting gear and male was transported to Hospital.

1st October 2017

Spalding Avenue, York  -Time of call 03:29

Fire crews from Acomb and York responded to smoke within a domestic premises. Crew used a thermal camera to determine that the smoke had been caused by a failed fridge compressor. Fridge isolated, advice given.

Carmelite Street, York - Time of call 03:40

Fire crew from Huntington responded to a fire alarm activation in student accommodation caused by dust in a detector.

Sharpaw Avenue, Skipton  -Time of call 05:53

A Skipton crew has been requested by Ambulance staff who are on scene at a domestic premises after they received a call from a female in her 20s who had called then stating she was vomiting through drink. Ambulance now require Fire Brigade to gain access.

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